The awards will allow 28 productions more time for rehearsal and development with the entire creative team.
With $1.635 million in support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the program aims to benefit U.S.-based theatres of color.
For an entire afternoon of its 2021 virtual conference, TCG turned programming over to theatremakers who are 30 and younger.
The gala will be held on Zoom between the two parts of TCG’s national conference, Our Theatre Ecology.
Help is on the way, but while there are resources available, no single expert is going to explain or fix it all for you.
The sixth cohort will consist of eight NYC-based BIPOC leaders in all theatre disciplines.
The new fund will support a global connectivity manager and grants to support international cultural exchange.
Last week TCG hosted ‘Too Legit to Quit,’ and both its party vibes and its urgent solidarity are still resounding.
The playwright/actress brings an independent artist’s perspective to the board room, where she hopes it can offer the field a ‘bird’s-eye view’ at a crucial time.
This year’s list honors productions postponed or canceled due to the pandemic.